Description of problem:
I have enabled compiz fusion and installed compiz manager to manage my settings.
Whenever I login, I have no titlebars on any of my windows. If I go to
system->preferences->look and feel->compiz config settings manager, the "window
decoration" setting is disabled. Once I enable it, my titlebars come back.
However, after I logout and login again, my "window decoration" setting is once
again disabled and I have to re-enable it.
I have an Thinkpad T60 and am using the Intel 945 experimental driver.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
menu bars are gone, and "window decoration" is disabled
menu bars are there, and "window decoration" is enabled
(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> I have enabled compiz fusion and installed compiz manager to manage my
Could you please explain what you've done exactly?
I installed compiz manager to manage my compiz settings. To enable compiz
manager, I followed instructions at
http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/95366/index.html to modify
/usr/bin/gnome-wm to use ccp rather than gconf.
I used CompizConfig Settings Manager to tweak my system.
Now, my title bars disappear. This is because
~/.config/compiz/compizconfig/Default.ini changes and drops the setting for some
Just to get this sure: Are you really using the command-line tool
compiz-manager or the little tool with a gui, which is named similar,
gnome-compiz-manager? I'm asking because only gnome-compiz-manager is named in
the linked howto.
I'm using the graphical tool that gets launched from system->preferences->look
and feel->compiz config settings manager. This is also the same graphical tool
you can launch with /usr/bin/ccsm
(In reply to comment #4)
> I'm using the graphical tool that gets launched from
> and feel->compiz config settings manager. This is also the same graphical
> you can launch with /usr/bin/ccsm
re-assigning to ccsm
Short explanation for the re-assign: I don't actual read from the comments
that compiz-manager is involved here.
@Bryan Che: ccsm isn't able to start compiz itself (afaik)
FWIW, I'm seeing the exact same problem. Title bars always come back when I
toggle "Enable Desktop Effects" in the "Desktop Effects" dialog box.
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